Woman Builds Tiny House So She's Free to Roam

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An Oklahoma woman who is unable to decide exactly where she wants to land is building a tiny house to move wherever she pleases.

After a whirlwind bike trip across much of the U.S., Taylor Painter-Wolfe is building a tiny house in her parents’ driveway in an attempt to pair the freedom she so enjoyed with the comfort of a home.

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"I rode my bike down the west coast from Olympia Washington to Mexico and then through part of the Southwest and Florida," Painter-Wolfe told KOTV.

Painter-Wolfe camped as she went and pulled a bike trailer behind her.

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"You have your sense of home and your own space and everything, but you can still be mobile and go where you want," she said.

Painter-Wolfe hopes to have her tiiny house finished sometime in the next few weeks.

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